Posts by JaNell Gore:
The new school year is approaching, and it’s time to start preparing. Several organizations are taking a step to make this process easier for families.
Summer is here, and everyone is ready to be outside. Sadly so are the mosquitoes, and the first human case of the St.
The Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Technical Assistance and Grant Program will be launching on July first to assist small businesses.
Transitional Youth Mobilizing for Change (TYM4Change) will be adopting Martin Luther King Jr. Park on June 29th.
California Department of Technology launches survey to identify equity barriers in the digital divide
In an effort to understand and address equity barriers in a digital environment, the California Department of Technology launched an online survey.
As Summer vacation is starting, many children welcome a lot of free time. While spending the day binging a new show or playing video games may be tempting, it’s important to stay active.
Environmental organizations filed a lawsuit against San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District
A lawsuit was filed against the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District (Valley Air District) by San Joaquin Valley environmental justice advocates with the Central Valley Air Quality Coalition, Center on Race, Poverty, and the Environment, Committee for a Better Arvin, Committee for a Better Shafter, and Delano Guardians.
On May 24th at 4:00 p.m., Community Action Partnership Kern (CAPK) will hold a book giveaway and a resource fair for the community.
Prioritizing mental health can be difficult for many people especially when busy. Many local leaders have a variety of roles that keep them on the go every day.
The American Civil Liberties Union and Willkie Far & Gallagher LLP filed a lawsuit on behalf of three Kern County residents and the United Farm Workers against Kern County for operating a plea mill.